Are you tired of hearing all the same promises from real estate agents and not knowing what to believe? That’s how I felt before I became an agent, and that is why I’ve always had one firm belief – from the beginning of the process to the end, every minute I spend is dedicated to making me your favourite real estate Broker. I also don’t want you to just be happy during the process of buying or selling real estate; I want you to be so ecstatic that you never forget my name! I’m Claire Weston of Royal LePage Trinity Realty Brokerage, with offices in Stayner, Collingwood, The Blue Mountains and Wasaga Beach, to better serve you and I’m excited to begin a working relationship with you with regard to all of your real estate needs.
One way in which I accomplish this with every client is that I know Clearview and surrounding area, like the back of my hand. I keep up with all the news and developments going on in the Southern Georgian Bay area, including Barrie, Stayner, Creemore, Wasaga Beach, The Blue Mountains and Collingwood, Ontario. It is my firm belief that you can’t be involved in Real Estate and do a good job for your clients if you don’t thoroughly know the neighbourhoods. When a buyer gives me guidance on what they are looking for, it is my vast knowledge that helps me choose which real estate listings to show them, whether it is Waterfront homes, retirement communities, Investment property, Recreational property, or something else. I have a lot to offer in terms of honesty, integrity, dependability, and knowledge of the real estate industry and how it works. I recently completed the SRES® course which qualifies me to work with clients in the 50+ marketplace, helping them through lifestyle transitions involving relocation, refinancing, or selling the family home. As well, I have recently received my accreditation from NAGAB (National Association of Green agents and Brokers), AGA®, endorsing my commitment to promote energy conservation, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability, in properties I sell and lease. I’ve recently received a Social® Marketer designation from Royal LePage, so I am accessible via twitter, facebook, Linked In and youtube.
Availability is another facet of professionalism that I believe to be very important. Because I give my clients focused, individual attention while showing properties for sale, I may not be immediately available for every call, but you can be rest assured that I will return the call the moment I am free. No calls go unreturned past the end of the business day.
Buying or selling a home is a process, and you can count on me to be there every step of the way. Whether this is your first time or your hundredth time, I won’t allow anything to fall through the cracks. My attention to detail means your transaction will go smoothly and as stress-free as I can possibly make it.
Besides my efforts, you also have the other Real estate agents at Royal LePage Trinity Realty Brokerage with offices in Stayner, Wasaga Beach, The Blue Mountains and Collingwood and all the firm’s resources at your disposal. So, when you want kept promises and results, Claire Weston is the real estate Broker to choose!
My goal is to help you find your way home! Remember, helping you is what I do!
I have a lot to offer in terms of honesty, integrity, dependability, and knowledge of the real estate industry and how it works. Let me help you to realize your dream home, move into your first home or find your first investment property!
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Helping you is what I do!
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(Bloomberg) -- Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is standing by China over a collision involving the two nations’ boats in the South China Sea, with his spokesman casting doubts on local fishermen’s accounts of the incident.In his first public statement about what he described as a “maritime incident,” Duterte said China’s side should be heard on the collision that resulted in a Philippine vessel carrying 22 fishermen sinking in disputed waters on June 9. The crew were rescued by a Vietnamese fishing boat and a Philippine Navy ship.“It is best investigated. I don’t issue a statement now because there’s no investigation and no result," Duterte said in speech at a Philippine Navy event on Monday night. "The only thing we can do is wait and give the other party the right to be heard.”The Philippines will not escalate tensions with China by sending military ships to the South China Sea following the collision, he added, reiterating his nation isn’t ready to go to war with Beijing.At a briefing Tuesday, Duterte’s spokesman Salvador Panelo said there are "circumstances that give doubt to the version" of the Filipino fishermen, including how most of them were asleep when the collision happened.“The President doesn’t want this to be blown into an international crisis,” Panelo said. “We are being careful because there will be repercussions if we make the wrong move.”‘Passive’ PolicyDuterte stuck to his pro-China stance despite calls from the opposition, led by Vice President Leni Robredo, to change his “passive” China policy by actively asserting the nation’s rights in the disputed waters. Robredo, in a Facebook post Sunday, also called on Duterte’s government to demand the Chinese fishermen’s trial in the Philippines.Duterte now has to convince the public that friendly ties with China is still the way to go, said Jay Batongbacal, director of the University of the Philippines’ Institute for Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea.“Between the Philippine government and the Chinese government the friendship policy has been set, but this incident has happened and casts doubt on the sincerity and wisdom of it to the Filipino people,” Batongbacal said.The Philippines’ long-term position in the South China Sea dispute may be weakened if Duterte maintains his pro-Beijing stance after the incident, said Professor Jeffrey Ordaniel, a fellow at Hawaii-based foreign policy research institute Pacific Forum. “The Duterte administration’s China policy is unfortunately helping the Chinese pursue their maritime ambitions.”Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang described the incident as an “accidental collision" at briefing on Monday, adding that politicizing the collision “is not appropriate.” Beijing’s embassy in Manila earlier said the Chinese vessel’s captain tried to rescue the Philippine fishermen after bumping into their boat, but was afraid of being "besieged" by other Filipino fishing boats.The incident took place near Reed Bank, an area claimed by both Manila and Beijing where there’s a pending oil exploration plan by Philippines company PXP Energy Corp.\--With assistance from Dandan Li and Philip J. Heijmans.To contact the reporter on this story: Andreo Calonzo in Manila at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Cecilia Yap at firstname.lastname@example.org, Ruth Pollard, Caroline AlexanderFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Moon Jae-in was a very busy man last week. He spent three days in Northern Europe with a large host of dignitaries and very important people. During that time he engaged in a “hackathon” with the Finlandian president, held talks with the Norwegian prime minister, and attended a state dinner with the king and queen of Sweden. It was an opportunity for the South Korean president to play the statesman and escape the rough-and-tumble politics of Seoul for at least a few days.Moon, however, has a big problem. He has staked his five-year tenure in large part on transforming inter-Korean relations and turning the page on seven decades of animus on the Korean Peninsula. So, he can’t escape the North Korea file for long—even when he is in the Nordic.In fact, Moon delivered two speeches during his three-day trip, which were heavily devoted to his peace project with the North. His June 14 address to the Swedish parliament, in which Moon predicted that the “international society will immediately respond if North Korea puts forth sincere efforts” towards denuclearization, was a public plea to knock some sense into the North Korean elite. By pushing Pyongyang into fulfilling its obligations in the letter and spirit of the three inter-Korean summits last year, Moon was sending a very basic message to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un: we are in this thing together, so help me help you.